Is it okay to send the same essay to different colleges?
Fact: You should tailor your application essays to each school you’re applying to. While the main Common Application essay is meant to stay the same, many colleges have their own school-specific supplements with prompts meant to gauge a student’s knowledge of the institution and their motivations for applying.
Do Colleges Keep rejected applications?
The admissions office keeps Nothing for any specific student. Graduate admissions are done on a per department/school basis. Therefore, there will be some Memory of rejected graduate student applications, but the application, itself, is destroyed if the graduate student does Not enroll.
What happens if no college accepts you?
If you don’t get accepted to any school you’ve applied to, you still have some options: You can go to a community college and then transfer—sometimes after a semester, but usually after a year. You can decide to take a year off and work, travel, or volunteer before going to college.
What if I messed up on my college application?
If you did the unthinkable and wrote the name of a different college or submitted the wrong essay, a thoughtful email or call to the admissions office is in order. If you entered inaccurate information, write a detailed email or letter to the admissions office stating the corrected information.